Services

A complete range of technical services

With a large existing installed customer base, it is essential we provide service to customers, to ensure our equipment has longevity in it’s operation, operating plants remain in service with minimal downtime

Commissioning

Commissioning

ABEL employ experienced engineers for the commissioning of the complete range of onsite equipment provided. Often this means working with process engineers and mechanical engineers, dealing with various commissioning complexities as they arise. From simple point to point, I/O and power up tests to complex sequences, (for instance in a pasteuriser in a diary process, a motion control system or high speed ash conveying on a coal fired power plant.) ABEL has the ability to achieve the required performance of plant.

Installation

Installation

ABEL's skilled electricians to provide high quality, accurate installation (power, control and instrumentation) as an integral part of the ABEL offering on key projects. This gives confidence to our customers knowing that one company can manage the complete scope, which also ensures we take full responsibility to install accurately to avoid faults and problems during the commissioning stage.

Support Contracts

Support Contracts

ABEL are a provider of emergency, preventative and planned support packages for power, systems, controls, SCADA and PLCs. This ensures customers whom have invested in this service receive higher priority from ABEL in the support of their plants – especially those that need to be in production for the majority of the time. It is our preference to provide a planned and customised preventative maintenance service, to reduce the risk of down time and lower the frequency of emergency situations. More often than not, our customers also invest in a dial in set up so we can interrogate and resolve operational difficulties via our head office over the internet.

Preventive Maintenance

Preventive Maintenance

With many plants operating older equipment whilst needing to avoid costly downtime, ABEL are experienced in providing preventative maintenance. This includes thermal imaging Surveys to pinpoint problem areas. The surveys identify poor connections, overloaded circuits, failing components or unbalanced loads followed by a strategy of scheduled preventative maintenance, rather than risking failures and having to find an immediate unscheduled solution. Contact Abel to discuss other preventative maintenance services.

Modernisation and upgrades

Modernisation and upgrades

Operating plants often need to modernise and retrofit. ABEL tailors the solution to suit the need. So rather than replace a 40 year old obsolete MCC equipment for instance, motor starters can be replaced on a starter by starter basis, keeping the original metalwork, busbar systems and incoming power protection, utilising loss efficient and modern components, avoiding costly repairs. This offering has been a well proven benefit to reduce motor breakdowns and damage. Other measures of installing VDS's for efficient use of power is also a valuable means of upgrading and modernising plant, coupled with a higher level of automation and control.

OptiCIP

OptiCIP

ABEL in partnership with Schneider Electric offer the implementation of the OptiCIP solution. OptiCIP is predominately used as an optimisation reporting tool that is capable of monitoring the full CIP process as well as having full traceability of the cleaning process. The tool can also be adapted to allow monitoring of other site equipment such as Pasteurisers, cream tanks and cheese vats.

Automatic Remote Access

Automatic Remote Access

Office based authorised internet access via the customers network of on-site PLCs and SCADA, to identify faults, optimise code and maintain, with reduced necessity for costly site visits.

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